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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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Weeks; during which time have
not had an oppertunity of receiving
any Letters that may have been
directed to me at Philadelphia, and
from not having my papers with one
have it not in my Power to refer
to the dates of your letters but if my
recollection is correct, have received
but one from you jointly, and one
from H. Jackson (the latter of which
it is my wish to answer shortly).
Dear friends, in the exiled, humi-
liated situation in which I at present
am; do not feel myself capable of
saying much more to you than,
that I continue to hope the dedication
you have manifested in the cause of
Humanity and good will to man,
may as you continue properly un-
der the exercise, yield you the undis-